He asked but did not give entrance, he said: he was late to feed the child. Candidates could not give REET exam, collector’s absurd reply

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Emotional images emerged from many centers of the state. For some reason or the other, the candidates were deprived of appearing for the exam after a few minutes of break. Somewhere it was the fault of the board and somewhere the weather blocked the passage. Crying faces were captured in the footage.

In Rajasthan, admission was not given in the center even after 5 minutes delay in REET exam. Only the candidate was allowed to speak. Somewhere the board got the address wrong in the admit card, somewhere the weather blocked the step and somewhere the candidates were left a few steps away from their center to attend to the children. Many candidates started crying bitterly after not getting admission. Some continued to plead with the staff present at the gate and some began to grab the policemen’s feet. After many years of hard work and many challenges, the delay of few minutes in the exam time ruined the dreams.

12 candidates paid board error in Alwar
In Alwar, 12 candidates had to pay for the board’s mistake. Everyone missed the exam. On his admit card, he had written the exam center Shri Agrawal Senior Secondary School, Umairan, near Alwar Bus Stand. The village of Umrain was 13 km from this center. When the examinees went to Umrain, they came to know that there was no center called Shri Agrawal. By the time they returned to the Alwar bus stand, it was 9. 12 candidates could not enter the centre. During this, a student cried. The family said it wasn’t even the candidates fault. It is not allowed to take the exam yet.

The address of a center located at Alwar Bus Station was misspelled as Umrain. It was the board’s fault. Umrain was 13 km from this centre. In this center 12 candidates were deprived of the exam. Many girls started crying but they were not allowed to enter.

When Alwar Collector Dr. Jitendra Soni was questioned, he gave an absurd answer. He said that along with Umrain, the examinees should also have understood Alwar bus stand. Alwar bus stand was also written on the admit card. The Collector did not even receive the phone calls of the examinees. In the end the examinees reached the road and cried, sat on dharna and also blocked the road. Also called Cabinet Minister Tikaram Julie and Alwar City MLA Sanjay Sharma. But the solution could not be found.

These candidates could not take the exam
Rekha Kumari from Kotkasim, Monika from Ramgarh, Sajna from Mundawar, Babita from Kishangarhribas, Manisha from Ghankar Tizar, Sunil Kumar from Sasedi, Poonam Yadav from Jodia Shahjahanpur and Shailendra Meena from Kotkasim failed to appear in the exam. Everyone said that Umrain went first. When he inquired at the exam center there, he was told that there is no school here with Agarwal’s name. When he returned, he arrived at 2 or 5 minutes to 9. But admission is not given. While in Oswal Jain Higher Secondary School, admission was given till 9:30.

Candidates showing admit card outside Shree Agrawal School.  The school address on the admit card is Umrain.  That is why the candidates had gone to Umrain.  The District Collector did not help him either.

Candidates showing admit card outside Shree Agrawal School. The school address on the admit card is Umrain. That is why the candidates had gone to Umrain. The District Collector did not help him either.

Called Collector, SDM and Minister
The candidates who were outside the center and their family members called Collector Jitendra Soni, SDM Pyarelal Sonthwal, Cabinet Minister Tikaram Julie and Municipal MP Sanjay Sharma. But they could not be resolved. At the event, the police also continued to say that they have nothing in their hands. They can’t do anything. No one left the exam center. The girls continued to shed tears at the main gate of Shree Agarwal High School. Nobody heard him.

The collector was sitting 200 meters away
Shree Agarwal High School is just about 200-300 meters from the Police Control Room. When candidates failed to get admission and called Collector and SDM. The Collector was then present in the police control room. When the candidates called continuously, the collector also switched off the mobile. All these examinees also told Bhaskar’s correspondent.

also blocked the road
Candidates are not allowed to enter the examination centre. That’s why they sat on the road. Then the rain came. Then stand in front of the exam center. Keep calling agents. A student’s father said they had gone to Umrain before. After going there I came to know that there is no school named Shri Agrawal in Umrain. Then quickly come back. The bike had to be ridden very fast. That’s why there was a risk of an accident. He arrived around 9:03 am. But the entry was not given.

student started crying in karauli
No one was allowed to enter the examination center after 9 o’clock from the appointed time, but there was ignorance of the rules at the center of the Government PG College. Here, between 8 and 10 candidates were admitted to the center up to 15 minutes after the scheduled time. However, 3-4 candidates who reached the center after this were not admitted. Candidates who arrived late at Eklavya College, Government and Higher Secondary School were seen pleading with the police and administrative officials to admit them. When the student who came late to Eklavya College could not get in, he started crying loudly.

Images like Alwar came from many centers.  The girl who came late to Eklavya College in Karauli did not get in.  He started crying loudly.  The relatives who accompanied her took care of the girl.

Images like Alwar came from many centers. The girl who came late to Eklavya College in Karauli did not get in. He started crying loudly. The relatives who accompanied her took care of the girl.

There was a delay of 20 minutes at Sikar, if the entrance was not found, then we cried
Candidates were admitted to Sikar from 8:00 am to 9:00 am. Sunaina, a candidate who came from Haryana to take the exam at SK College, Sikar, reached the center late by about 20 minutes. So he failed to gain admission. After that, he started to cry. Apart from this, one candidate also reached the exam center late. who failed to gain admission. Due to water logging in many areas like Bajaj Road, Nawalgarh Road in Sikar, candidates had to walk through three feet of water.

Sunaina, a candidate who came from Haryana to take the exam at SK College, Sikar, reached the center late by about 20 minutes.  So he failed to gain admission.  After that, he started to cry.

Sunaina, a candidate who came from Haryana to take the exam at SK College, Sikar, reached the center late by about 20 minutes. So he didn’t get the admission. After that, he started to cry.

Police caught feet in Banswara, entry not found
There was a lot of drama outside Raumavi, located in Prithviganj, Banswara. When, a candidate arrived at exactly 9.30 am. Police then stopped Payal Sharma, a resident of the customs area, from entering. The woman caused quite a stir. He also cried a lot. He also grabbed the feet of the policemen, but the police bound by the rules did not melt. Payal kept saying that she had a baby with a mouth full of milk, who was late in the feeding process. Later, the police sent the woman along with her husband.

A woman who was late for her exam at Prithviganj School in Banswara town cried profusely.  The candidate grabbed the policemen's feet.  He asked for them but did not give them entry.  The examiner said she was late because of her son's feeding.  The woman had arrived 30 minutes late.

A woman who was late for her exam at Prithviganj School in Banswara town cried profusely. The candidate grabbed the policemen’s feet. He asked for them but did not give them entry. The examiner said she was late because of her son’s feeding. The woman had arrived 30 minutes late.

In Sriganganagar, the candidate shouted, cried but failed to get admission
Student Amandeep had come to Sriganganagar from a nearby rural area. He arrived at the center at 9.04 am. The staff and police personnel associated with the management of the center flatly denied him. For a long time, Amandeep kept begging her to give him admission, but even after all the pleas, when he was given admission, he cried. He almost screamed furiously.

Amandeep, a student from Sriganganagar, had come to Sriganganagar from a nearby rural area.  He arrived at the center at 9.04 am.  The staff and police personnel associated with the management of the center flatly denied him.

Amandeep, a student from Sriganganagar, had come to Sriganganagar from a nearby rural area. He arrived at the center at 9.04 am. The staff and police personnel associated with the management of the center flatly denied him.

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